A vertex can be the corner of a polyhedron in which case at least three edges meet at a vertex.
That's a "vertex".
It is the vertex and its plural is vertices
Vertex mate :) 3 or more is a vertex
Yes, you need at least two edges to make a corner. For example, in a cube, the vertex is formed because three edges meet. In a regular square, each side meets to make a corner. If you had only one edge(corner)then it would just go on and on, and since there's not another edge to meet it, it would never make a corner anyway.
They are called a Vertices and it is where 2 edges meet.
Three edges meet at each vertex.
The corner on a shape where edges meet is called a vertex.
A vortex is an area of circular fluid flow in fluid dynamics and no edges meet there. A vertex is a corner of a geometric shape and there can be two or more edges meeting at a vertex. There is no upper limit to the number of edges.
Often 3, but it depends on the shape.
It is called a vertex
A vertex is the name of a corner on a solid where three or more faces meet (plural = vertices).
none its how many edges does a corner have